Supported Regions and Quotas - Amazon SageMaker

Supported Regions and Quotas

For a list of the AWS Regions supported by Amazon SageMaker and the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance types that are available in each Region, see Amazon SageMaker Pricing.

Each AWS Region is divided into sub-regions known as Availability Zones. For a given Region, the Availability Zones in that Region don't always contain the same instance types supported by SageMaker. If any Availability Zone in the Region contains a given instance type, then that instance type is listed as available in the Region.

For a list of the AWS Regions supported by Amazon SageMaker Studio, see Amazon SageMaker Studio.

For a list of the SageMaker service endpoints for each Region and the SageMaker service quotas for each instance type, see Amazon SageMaker endpoints and quotas.

You can request a quota increase using Service Quotas or the AWS Support Center. To request an increase, see AWS Service Quotas in the AWS General Reference.

Supported Instance Types and Availability Zones

This topic provides one table for each AWS Region supported by Amazon SageMaker. Each table has a column for each Availability Zone in the Region. For each Availability Zone, the SageMaker components that support each instance type are shown. The components are listed in the tables as follows.

  • Notebook – Notebook instances

  • Training – Training jobs

  • Batch – Batch transform jobs

  • Endpoint – Hosted endpoints

If no components support the instance type in an Availability Zone, the cell contains "None". If all components support the instance type in an Availability Zone, the cell contains "All".

Not all components are supported on each instance type in each Availability Zone.

To create a component on a specific instance type, you must specify the Availability Zone ID, which is listed in the header row of each table, for example, use1-az1.

Note

Availability Zone names, for example, us-east-1a, don't map directly to Availability Zone IDs. For different AWS accounts, the same Availability Zone name might refer to a different Availability Zone ID.

For more information, see Regions and Availability Zones in the Amazon EC2 User Guide and AZ IDs for Your Resources in the AWS RAM User Guide.